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 What type of oil do you use to make doughnuts?

Answer Any type of frying oil can be used to make doughnuts. Some types include vegetable, canola, peanut and sunflower oils. Depending on the recipe, you may need to add oil to the dough.Source:Food Netw... Read More »
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Why are doughnuts called doughnuts and not doughrings?

See The History of the Donut through " Google.com "! The copy as followed:)The doughnut has existed since the begining of time. So long that archaeologists continue to unearth fossilized bits of wh... Read More »
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How to Make Doughnuts?

Doughnuts can be made from a quick bread or yeast bread dough. Either way, once the dough is made, frying and sugaring the doughnuts is a snap. They are easy and cheap to make too. Instead of buyin... Read More »
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How to Make the Mad Hatter's Doughnuts?

Are you looking for a another easy recipe for doughnuts but not the dough? Well since your looking for a easy recipe of making doughnuts, try this one! But these are not just ordinary doughnuts but... Read More »
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What kind of oil is used to make doughnuts?

Use partially hydrogenated vegetable oil to make doughnuts. This is an oil that is solid at room temperature. Liquid vegetable oils allow doughnuts to fry well, but as the doughnuts cool down, they... Read More »
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